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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Sailing into an office romance

I’ve pretty much scavenged the depths of the Atlantic Ocean and the craters of the moon in search of a romantic relationship. Still. No. Luck. Fishing for a partner can be a tough and...

Under the Kilt: Breaking down the ins and outs of taking a break

  “Just let it die / With no goodbyes / Details don’t matter / We both paid the price,” a wonderful vocalist named Mariah Carey once sang. Carey brings up a prominent point, however, that...

The righteous way to deal with envy

Aside from cheating, what's the number one issue that has led to breakups since the dawn of time? Here's a hint. It's the "green-eyed monster," also known as jealously. Jealousy can be shown in...

Under the kilt: You do you, and I’ma do me

We made it, we made it through the New Year’s kiss, the awkward questionnaire with family and basically anything the holiday can romanticize. Whereas some plan on spending the rest of the year with...

Under the Kilt: Hookup Culture

Let’s be real — most college students are in a perfect environment for casual sex, and hookups are just as prevalent as dating nowadays. Some people aren’t into that scene, but for those who...

Under the Kilt: To LDR or not to LDR?

As the spring quarter comes to a close, many couples are forced to separate — some are going back to different hometowns for the summer and others are being separated by after-graduation plans. And...

Under the Kilt: Creepy and Sexy — Two sides to the same coin?

As a 21-year-old heterosexual male, I am blessed in that I have to contend with barely any double-standards in the realms of courtship and love. However, there is one such double-standard that does possibly...

Under the Kilt: The Valentine’s dating game

Oftentimes dating makes us feel like we’re participants on random dating shows, testing out each contestant and trying to find a match. Valentine’s Day is one day of the year that couples can rejoice...

To hickey or not to hickey … that is the question

  I don't consider myself naive or anything, but if I see someone with a band-aid on their neck, my first thought would probably be they just got choked-slammed the night before. Some may question...

Under the Kilt: I was called “Exotic” last week…

I was called “exotic” last week on the bus. I like to think that I sent a sharp stare and a quick backhanded compliment to the person sitting and staring at me. I like...